Loring roasters has announced Gordon Tredger as the new company President.
Gordon will lead the next phase of the company’s evolution as it continues to grow as a global leader in coffee roasting equipment and software. He brings a wealth of experience, with more than 30 years experience in finance, operations and general management.
“In his past experiences, [Gordon] has built an impressive track record of strategic, operational and commercial accomplishments,” says Carl Finwall, Chairman of the Board. “The Board unanimously agrees that his proven leadership experience, coupled with his strategic thinking and proven ability to deliver results, make him the right person to execute Loring’s strategic priorities and drive sustainable growth.”
Originally from Toronto, Ontario in Canada, Gordon earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Commerce and Economics from the University of Toronto. He then began his career in the Finance group at Motorola Canada.
He went on to hold roles such as Director of Finance and Vice President of Operations with Photovac Incorporated, General Manager at Perkin-Elmer, Vice President of Instruments and Integration at Argonaut Technologies, Vice President of Analytical Instruments at Varian, and President of Solar Energy at Advanced Energy Industries.
“Loring’s innovative products, customer service and support are unmatched in the specialty coffee industry, so I am honoured to have been chosen to the lead next chapter of the company’s growth,” Gordon says. “I am excited to be surrounded by a team of enthusiastic, talented employees, who provide our customers with clever solutions to overcome challenges associated with the coffee roasting process.”
Gordon will oversee all aspects of the company, which develops, manufactures and markets some of the most technologically advanced products in the coffee industry.
Located in Santa Rosa, California, Loring designs and manufactures innovative coffee roasting solutions, offering consistent roasts, lower emissions and the lowest operating costs compared to conventional roasters.
For more information, visit www.loring.com.